Journalistic audio narratives offer insight to a range of student views on spirituality.
The annual showcase of Middlebury student intellectual and creative work attracted large crowds from the campus and local community.
Longtime political columnist for Time called for a return to the “habits of citizenship.”
Jessica Holmes discusses how her role on the Green Mountain Care Board, which regulates health care in Vermont, benefits her students and the state.
Yearlong fellowships will support research and teaching around the world.
At the annual Gensler Symposium, students and faculty edited numerous Wikipedia pages during Middlebury's first edit-a-thon.
Institute is the first U.S. graduate school to receive the designation from Fair Trade USA.
Middlebury will once again fund student-driven research projects in philosophy, art history, religion, anthropology, and other disciplines.
A two-day festival sponsored by the Fund for Innovation prompted the community to consider new ideas about teaching and learning.
Inductees include athletes from five decades from 1963 to 2002.